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Was the 51st Chairman of the DNC (2009-2011) and the 70th Governor of Virginia (2006-2010).
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Richmond, VA - Senator-elect Tim Kaine released the following statement marking Veterans Day: "Today, Anne and I join all Virginians in honoring our veterans. Their daily sacrifices over the generations have secured and maintained our freedom. We owe them gratitude and a focused effort to make sure that their patriotic service is reciprocated with appropriate care and support. It has been my honor to champion veterans initiatives as Governor, and I will do the same as Virginia's next U.S. Senator." ###

Tim Kaine Statement on Brian Moran’s Service As Virginia Democratic Party Chairman
Richmond, VA - In response to today's annoucement that Brian Moran will step down as Chairman of the Virginia Democratic Party, Senator-elect Tim Kaine released the following statement: "I am immensely proud of the leadership Brian has provided our party over the last two years. His commitment to engagement in all corners of the Commonwealth has made the party stronger and expanded our capacity to achieve success in every region of Virginia. Under Brian's leadership, the Democratic coordinated field effort this year exemplified the best of grassroots campaigning and will serve as a template for future campaigns. "I am enormously grateful to Brian and his wife Karyn for their service to the Commonwealth and the Democratic Party.  Anne and I wish Brian the best in his future endeavors and know he still has many years of dedicated service to our Commonwealth to come." ###

Richmond, VA - Senator-elect Timothy M. Kaine today congratulated Rolls-Royce on the expansion of their operations in Prince George County, investing $136 million to create their Advanced Airfoil Machining Facility and adding 140 jobs at their Crosspointe campus. As governor, Kaine recruited Rolls-Royce to make their initial investment in Virginia, locating their state-of-the-art aeroengine facility in Prince George, creating more than 500 jobs at the high-tech manufacturer. "The success of Rolls-Royce in Virginia and today’s expansion announcement are powerful reminders that a well-educated and highly-skilled workforce, coupled with world-class infrastructure, leads to economic success,” said Kaine. “Our incredible network of higher education institutions, including the Virginia Community College System, and infrastructure assets like the Port of Virginia were critical in recruiting Rolls-Royce to Virginia in 2007. This is great news for the Commonwealth and shows

Richmond, VA - Today, Senator-elect Tim Kaine announced members of his transition team that will begin the process of establishing his U.S. Senate office. Mike Henry, Chief of Staff: Mike Henry most recently served as the Campaign Manager for Kaine’s campaign for U.S. Senate. Henry, a veteran of Virginia politics, previously managed Kaine’s gubernatorial campaign in 2005 and U.S. Senator Mark Warner’s 2008 campaign for Senate.  Mike has also worked in a number of policy roles, serving as a representative conducting case work for former U.S. Senator Chuck Robb and, more recently, as the Senior Director for U.S. Field Operations at the ONE campaign where he focused on strategies to alleviate global poverty.   Jillian Martin, Transition Director: Jillian Martin most recently served as the Policy Director for Kaine’s campaign for U.S. Senate. Martin has extensive experience on Capitol Hill, having previously served on the staffs of U.S. Senators R

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